Koyle Don Cande, Cinsault

Koyle Don Cande, Cinsault

Koyle Don Cande, Cinsault - taste note

Pinky Purple

Raspberry Mint Ripple: a sweet and sharp red fruit with fresh herb aromas like mint and thyme, and a whiff of flowers.

Fresh crunchy red fruits like raspberry, cranberry and pomegranate with a refreshing herbal notes and a sprinkle of bitter dark chocolate on the finish.

Thanksgiving Turkey with Cranberry sauce.

14% alcohol, 2015 harvest

< $20 USD

Winery sample, no decanting.

More on the wine

Cinsault is one of the new belles of the south, and Itata is where she reigns. This wine is taken from old vines in Itata and is Koyle’s endeavour into some of the forgotten varieties of the south. They also make a fresh Cinsault rose here, and a white Muscat.

More on the producer

The Undurraga family are wine aristocracy in Chile, having founded Undurraga winery which is still one of the most important wineries in Chile. They sold Undurraga in 2006 and began Koyle – a smaller, biodynamic project based in Los Lingues, Colchagua.